Once Sister Hazel's major-label debut, Somewhere More Familiar, became a hit on the heels of the success of the single "All for You," Universal reissued the group's original eponymous self-released album. Essentially, all of these songs are demos that the group used to get gigs, and eventually they started selling the album at gigs as well. None of the band's big hits are included ("All for You" is featured in an acoustic version), but concert staples like "Feel It" and "One Nation" are here, as well as nine other tracks. While the remaining cuts aren't quite of the same standard, they are pleasant, and dedicated fans will find the collection worthwhile.
AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine